Vintage Church is excited to gather in groups, both large and small, serving and growing, all in the name of Jesus. Although the events below are sorted according to our five church locations, all are welcome at any events, whether or not you have ever set foot in a Vintage Church building. You belong here.

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Featured Events – Downtown

Women’s Bible Study

Tuesdays, February 13 - March 19, 10a 
Upstairs Classroom

All Vintage Downtown women and friends are invited to join for a 6-week study through the Sermon on the Mount. We will gather for teaching, reading, and rich discussion. We'll have coffee, tea, and treats and then jump into our study. Bring your Bible, a pen, and a journal if you like to keep notes along the way. Childcare will be available for a small fee. Please RSVP here!

Get to Know Vintage

Sunday, February 25, 10:15a & 12:15p
1880 Room

This brief gathering is designed to provide an overview of the vision and foundation of Vintage Church. Whether you are somewhat new to Vintage or just have never heard much about who we are, this is a great opportunity to learn more. Come meet many of the staff members, ask questions, and hear about upcoming events. No RSVP necessary, just stop by the 1880 Room after either gathering on either week.

Foster and Adoptive Moms Meetup 

Tuesday, February 20, 7p
Upstairs Classroom

Our church’s desire is to love and support our families well. We understand that being a mom in the foster and adoption community is full of joy and hardship, celebration and mourning. It is a unique role that requires a strong community. Whether you are a seasoned veteran, or in the beginning stages of fostering and adoption, consider joining us for a relaxed night of getting together to connect and process your journey. Coffee, tea, and dessert will be provided. Please email Kayla Pleasants with any questions.

Andrew Night // Students

Wednesday, February 21, 6p
1880 Room

In the first chapter of the book of John, we read about Andrew, Simon Peter’s brother, who was one of the two who heard what John had said and who had followed Jesus. The first thing Andrew did was find his brother Simon and tell him, “We have found the Messiah”. And he brought him to Jesus. ---Andrew Night is a special service for our Middle School and High School students to invite friends, classmates, or teammates to hear about Jesus and experience “church” for the first time. We’ll hold a short service then break out into different groups for fellowship and other activities. Be an Andrew and bring a friend or three!

Members Night

Wednesday, February 28, 7p 
Vintage Downtown 

There is value in coming together as members for fellowship, worship, and discussion. We ask that at least one member from each household make an effort to attend as we share updates on current happenings, and future events. It is also a great opportunity to pray as a church, and ask the Lord to guide and direct us. We always end with a time for Q&A. Childcare and refreshments will be provided.

New Member Class

Sunday, March 3, 10, 17, 11a
First Floor Classroom

Curious about what it means to be a member of Vintage Church? Consider joining us for three consecutive weeks as we explore who Vintage is, what we believe, and why membership is important. Light refreshments and childcare will be provided. Each session will conclude with an optional time of Q&A. Please RSVP here. Please reach out to Savannah Carroll with any questions.

Embrace Grace

Tuesdays, March 5 - May 14, 6:30p 
Vintage Downtown - Upstairs Classroom

Embrace Grace exists to love audaciously, disciple strategically, and introduce each Brave Girl to the grace of Jesus. Join us as we walk alongside women who find themselves in the midst of an unplanned pregnancy. If you know someone who may wish to join this class or if you would like to be involved in some way, you can email

Pajama Sunday & Kids Movie Hangout

Sunday, March 10, 1:30 - 3:30p 
Vintage Downtown

Daylight Savings is tough! We are encouraging kiddos to stay extra cozy and wear their pajamas to church this Sunday. Then, once the service is finished, kids ages pre-k through 5th grade can be dropped off for a fun and safe afternoon. Parents/caretakers can enjoy an afternoon to themselves as we enjoy a movie, snacks, and activity. This is a great opportunity for you to enjoy a date, or just take a nap (because Daylight Savings is actually the worst!) Please email Lizzie Merritt with any questions you have.

Love the City: Family Night

Wednesday, March 13, 6p
1880 Room
Come on out for a fun potluck dinner alongside our college students as they participate in Love the City. We will hang out, share a meal together, hear about what our college students have been up to that week, and jump in with a service project suited for all ages. This is a great event for families and Community Groups. Please bring a dish to share. No RSVP necessary. Email Kayla Pleasants with any questions.

Maundy Thursday Service

Thursday, March 28, 7p
Vintage Downtown
All are invited to gather as a church family in the Downtown Raleigh sanctuary to recall the events of the night Jesus was betrayed. As we sit in darkness, keep in mind that it is not without hope, for “The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.” - John 1:5. Childcare will be provided.

Sunrise Easter Service

Sunday, March 31, 6:30a
Moore Square
Easter morning you are invited to Moore Square in Downtown Raleigh. Together, as the sun rises, we will celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. This rare and special service will be filled with songs of joy as well as words of hope because of the risen King. We look forward to seeing you on Easter Morning! Good news, it starts 30 minutes later this year!

Easter + Baptism Sunday

Sunday, March 31, 8:30, 10, & 11:30a
Vintage Downtown
Easter Sunday will be one of our most exciting Sundays of the year where we gather to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. Because of this act, we can experience new life in Jesus, and we commemorate that through baptism. We look forward to celebrating the hope we have in Jesus, and encourage you to invite your friends, family, and neighbors to this special day! If you’re interested in being baptized, please email Eric Spivey for more information.

Family Pancake Breakfast

Saturday, April 6, 9a
1880 Room

Looking for an easy and fun morning out with the family? You’re invited to a good, old fashioned, pancake breakfast! Kids and families of all ages are encouraged to come and eat your fill while connecting with other Vintage families!


Campout with Dad

Friday and Saturday, April 26 + 27
Jordan Lake

All dads, grandads, or male guardians are invited to bring the kids for a night to remember under the stars. Vintage will provide meals and good times! You will be responsible for bringing a tent, sleeping bag and other camping gear. Set-up will start at 4pm on Friday and everyone will pack up and leave by 3pm on Saturday. The cost is $20 per family. You can find more details and sign-up here!


Vintage Students

Meeting from 6:15-8p in 1880 Room
Vintage Students exists to partner with families to create an environment where every student is known, cared for, and loved. Students are welcome with no prerequisite of church background or prior belief. It is a place where we encourage middle and high-schoolers to bring their faith and their doubt as they seek to make sense of who Jesus says he is. We disciple students through large group teaching, small groups, intentional relationship building, and special events. For more information or to stay connected, please email Nelson Pacheco, the Vintage Student Director, or follow us on Instagram @Vintagestudentsnc.

Vintage College

Vintage College is a gathering for doubters, seekers, and followers of Jesus. Our mission is to grow deeper in our understanding of who he is, and help one another grow as disciples of Jesus. We believe that Jesus is worthy of our lives, and hope that college students at Vintage Church will come to know the gospel, live the gospel, and advance the gospel to the ends of the earth. Click here to learn more about Vintage College or email Haily Jacobs to get involved.  

Vintage Men Weekly Gathering

Tuesday mornings, 7-8am
Vintage Downtown - Downstairs K-2 room
At this weekly meeting men at Vintage Downtown gather to catch up, pray for one another, and hear from the Bible. The goal of our time together is to build authentic friendships that help us strengthen and encourage one another as we follow Jesus together. If you're interested in joining the gathering, email Seth at

Events coming up at North

Women's Beach Retreat

February 22-25, 2024
North Myrtle Beach

Come enjoy a weekend away with other women and friends from Vintage North! February can often be a challenging and lonely month for many. We would love to provide a respite and weekend of encouragement in the midst of that season. We will enjoy one another's company, share meals together, pray and grow as a group of women. If you would like to learn more about this retreat, please email MC Collins for details.



Recurring Events - North

Wednesday Morning Prayer

Every Wednesday Morning, 7a
Sola Coffee - Lead Mine Rd.

We were created by a faithful, loving God who invites us to pray and assures us he’s listening. When we consider who God is and what he has done, why wouldn’t we go to him with all our lives? All are welcome to join us as we pray for the church and our city on Wednesday mornings at Sola Coffee rain or shine.


Men's Ministry

Fourth Monday of each month, 7:30p
Vintage North
All men of Vintage North are encouraged to come out for bible study, discussion, and fellowship. Monthly cadence designed to be low pressure commitment with high level yield return on investment. Upcoming dates: 1/22, 2/19, 3/25, 4/22. Please email Luke Stevens for address details.

Vintage Students

Vintage Students are passionate about our mission, our students, and our amazing God! We believe that Jesus revolutionized the world through something we often take for granted: the power of students. We’ve created an environment where every student involved is known, cared for, and loved. Join us every Sunday from 5:30-7p. Email Nolan McKenna for the location and any other questions.

Dessert Discussions

Monthly, Monday evenings, 7:30p
Vintage North

All women of Vintage North and any other ladies are invited to join us in a monthly, Monday evening rhythm while we enjoy dessert, unpack scripture and pray for one another amidst many daily life challenges and celebrations. This is a no-homework, come as you are event. Just show up and get ready for a great time of laughter and encouragement! Upcoming dates: 1/15, 2/12, 3/18, and 4/29. Please email MC Collins for address details.

Events coming up at Durham

Be the Church

Sundays January 21 - March 3, 11:30a 
Vintage Durham

The church is not a building or a place. The people of Vintage Durham are the church. And as a church, we need all kinds of members operating out of varied gifts and abilities in mutual service and admiration as we desire to make much of Jesus. As we look to be the church, staff and ministry leaders will be providing refreshers and training for those interested in joining a serve team as well as those already serving. We hope you will consider attending one or more of the gatherings listed below to learn more about how you can serve our local body.

Sunday, January 21 // Table Setters
Sunday, January 28 // Men & Women's Ministry
Sunday, February 4  // Advance Team
Sunday, February 11  // Community Group Leaders
Sunday, February 18  // Kids & Student Ministry
Sunday, February 25  // Worship & Production Team
Sunday, March 3  // Prayer, Communion, & Scripture Reading

Men’s Ministry Kick-Off

Saturday, February 24, TBD
Gilbert Residence

Join us as we kick-off our 2024 Men’s Ministry gatherings! We will spend time hanging out, studying scripture, and praying for one another. BYOB and chair as we will be hanging out by a roaring fire pit. Please call or text Peyton Gilbert at 704-989-3672 for more information and address.

Women’s Ministry

Saturday, March 16, 7-9p
Jess Shamblee’s Home

Looking for connection and community with other women? Join us for a friendship focused gathering as we hang out and enjoy each other’s company, and play Bunco! Food and drinks will be provided. No RSVP necessary. We can’t wait to see you!

Women’s Ministry

Saturday, April 20, 10a-12p
Duke Gardens

All ladies are invited to gather for a time of reflection and discussion of our most recent book This Beautiful Truth by Sarah Clarkson. We will meet at the entrance of the Duke Gardens. Melissa will lead us through a time of reflection. 

Recurring Events - Durham

Vintage Kids

Vintage Kids will be offered every Sunday of the month. Little Kids (infants to age 3) will be in classes all service. Big Kids (Pre-K- 5th grade) will begin the service with their families and following the music then can join Vintage Kids. If you are interested in volunteering please email Phil Lauria.

Sunday Morning Prayer

Durham is holding prayer gatherings in back kids room (1305 W Club Blvd., Durham, NC, 27705) on Sunday mornings at 9:30a to pray for the church and the city.

Men’s Ministry

Rotates Monthly
Gilbert Residence

Our hope at Vintage Church is that our relationships would go beyond a Sunday morning. These monthly gatherings are an opportunity to come together and pray for one another, study scripture, and build authentic friendships. BYOB and chair. Please RSVP to Peyton Gilbert for the address. 

Vintage Durham Needs Ministry

"Now the full number of those who believed were of one heart and soul, and no one said that any of the things that belonged to him was his own, but they had everything in common." - Acts 4:32. As we are one in Christ, when those of us who make up Vintage Durham find ourselves in need of something, we all share in that need. Whether it is a meal, childcare, furniture, transportation, or something completely different, our desire as a church is to come alongside one another. You can share your needs here by simply filling out this confidential form. If you are someone who is in a position where you would like to aid others in their time of need, please email Phil Lauria to help provide assistance.

Women’s Ministry

1st Saturday of each month
Rotates Locations

Vintage desires that women be in meaningful community with one another. Join us for friendship-focused events on the first Saturday of each month as we hang out, serve the community, and grow deeper in faith and friendship. Each month will be a little different, stay tuned for more details!

Featured Events – West

February and March 2024

The Great Dechurching Book Study

January 21-March 10, 9a
Vintage West

As we are simultaneously doing a sermon series on what it means for followers to be the church – we thought it would be beneficial to also look at those who have stepped away from the church. 40 million US adults used to go to church but no longer do. If you’re curious about why this is and what might re-engage them, join us as we read The Great Dechurching together over these 8 weeks. This book uses one of the largest studies of dechurching in America to look at who is leaving, why - and what we can do to winsomely and wisely bring them back. Please RSVP here! 

New Member Class

Sunday, March 3, 8:30a
Vintage West 

As a church, we desire to know, live, and advance the gospel in Cary, Apex and beyond. If you would like to learn more about how Vintage West plans to do that, along with what we believe, please consider joining this class. Attending this class does not commit you to becoming a member, although it is a great way to learn more about the church, meet some of our leaders and ask any questions you may have. Childcare and a light breakfast will be provided for this class. If you have additional questions please email Robert Reichel.

Recurring Events – West

Weekly Morning Prayer

Wednesdays, 6:30a
We were created by a faithful, loving God who invites us to pray and assures us he’s listening. When we consider who God is and what he has done, why wouldn’t we go to him with all our lives? All are welcome to join us online as we pray for the church and our city on Wednesday mornings at 6:30a on Google Meet. 

Men's Monthly Gathering

Every 4th Tuesday of the month, 7:30p
Panera off Kidaire Farm ( 2002 Kildaire Farm Rd, Cary, NC 27518)

It is a joy and celebration when we are able to fellowship together as a group of men. On the fourth Tuesday of every month, all men are invited to come hang out for a time of scripture, prayer and encouragement. Friends and neighbors of those at Vintage West are always welcomed! We look forward to seeing you there! 

Women’s Coffee, Tea, & Fellowship

Every second Tuesday of the month, 7:30p
Elisha Kaufmann’s Home

Our church’s desire is to be a community that engages with Scripture regularly to better understand how it can impact our lives. All ladies are invited to join us as we explore various topics and accompanying Biblical passages to gain a more robust knowledge of God’s Word. We will spend time fellowshipping and praying for one another in an effort to strengthen relationships with our sisters in Christ. Please email Elisha Kaufmann for address details.

Sunday Lunches

Stick around after service and join us for a picnic on the second Sunday of each month. Our hope is that these monthly lunches will be an opportunity to connect with one another and meet new faces! This is also a great chance to invite friends and neighbors to join!  We will provide lunch and you can feel free to bring lawn chairs, picnic blankets and lawn games to share on the weeks we are outside. Colder weeks we will gather indoors. Contact Elisha Kaufmann with any questions.


Vintage Students Gathering

Every Other Sunday
10a at Vintage West
Vintage Students exists to partner with families to create an environment where every student may learn to know, live, and advance the gospel. Students are welcome with no prerequisite of church background or prior belief. It is a place where we encourage middle and high-schoolers to bring their faith and their doubt as they seek to make sense of who Jesus says he is. Please email Amber Tingle to learn more about Sunday gathering specifics.

Events coming up at Chapel Hill | Carrboro

Hacker’s Open-Door Dinner

Every Other Wednesday Evening, 5:45p
The Hacker’s House
Community and food are essential parts of the life of the church. Come by and enjoy conversation, good company, and a meal together! Text Drew at 805-217-4077 for details or questions.

Family Dynamics Class

Saturday, March 2, 9-11a
Vintage Carrboro/Chapel Hill

Do you consider yourself a child, sibling, significant other, or parent? We want you here! We understand that family dynamics are varied, nuanced, and often kind of wild! This class is designed to explore what the scripture has to say about the family and the many forms it can take. Topics include: relating to parents as adults, romance, and starting a family. While these conversations may feel heavy, they are necessary and we want to fully embrace them as we do our best to live a life that honors God and actively engages with our kin. Please email Brian Pell for more information.